How Friendly Are You?
Introduces Ray in number of social situations that are used to trace growth in his understanding and practice of friendliness. Demonstrates how Ray corrects his social errors after his brother talks to him about the responsibility of friendship.
Producer Coronet Instructional FilmsAudio/Visual sound, color
Director: Ted Peshak. Cameraman: Dale Sharkey. Writers: Robert Chapin, Dick Creyke. Editor: George Wilbern. Narrator: George Stone. Educational Collaborator: Harl R. Douglass, Ph.D., Director, College of Education, University of Colorado. Cast: (BIG EARS UGLY BOY) -- "RAY". DICK YORK -- "PHIL". CARL KROENKE -- "MR. MARTIN". (HOOK-NOSED, BUZZ-CUT BOY) -- "EDDIE". (GIRL IN PIGTAILS -- with no pigtails) -- "JANE". (PRESIDENT MICKEY) -- "CARL".
February 29, 2016
Let them just fight!
Another fun Dick York Coronet film. This time he plays a would be referee over two kids fighting over a bike. Why can't they just be friends? dick lays it to them, why can't we all get along with each other? This is a bit naive and a bit simplistic, but it would be sort of nice if the world would exactly like this. So can you be my friend…… Please?
September 24, 2014
Who Needs More Fudge?
There is so much oral-anal action here complete with a highly audible "schmlirch, schmlirch" to drive home the point, that going over to the girl's place for fudge (near the middle) would be a total waste of time.
Darren from Bewitched co-stars in this pretty run-of-the-mill Coronet gem, and does a great job of acting - so natural.